Moji Review: Moji Travel Foot Massager

Soothe tired feet after a long day of traveling.

Moji Review

Price and Where to Buy Moji: $29.99 on Amazon.


  • Relieves foot pain
  • Easy to use
  • Can be used while sitting down
  • Easy to clean
  • Comes with a one-year warranty


  • Expensive—currently retails for $29.90

How Moji Rates:

  • Usefulness: 8/10. If you have foot pain or Plantar Fasciitis, this is a great tool.
  • Value: 5/10. At almost $30, the Moji Foot Massager is pretty pricey.
  • Portability: 10/10. The Moji is small and lightweight. It fits easily in your suitcase or carry-on bag.

Final Verdict: If you have foot pain or soreness, especially after walking around all day while touring, the Moji massager is a great tool.

(Photo: Moji)

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By Caroline Morse Teel

Unfortunately for her bank account, Principal Editor Caroline Morse Teel is powerless to resist a good flight deal. Follow her on Instagram @TravelWithCaroline.

Caroline joined Boston-based SmarterTravel in 2011 after living in Ireland, London, and Manhattan. She's traveled to all seven continents, jumped out of planes, and bungeed off bridges in the pursuit of a good story. She loves exploring off-the-beaten path destinations, anything outdoorsy, and all things adventure.

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